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Go-ahead for 325-home Bournemouth regeneration scheme despite policy conflict

Go-ahead for 325-home Bournemouth regeneration scheme despite policy conflict

Plans have been approved for a 352-home mixed-use scheme in Bournemouth, despite a recognition from planners that the proposal would depart from local policies promoting leisure and cultural uses for the site and has prompted design concerns.

Khan approves Bromley green belt stadium plan

Khan approves Bromley green belt stadium plan

The mayor of London has approved plans for a football stadium and 42 affordable homes on a green belt site in the south-east of the city, concluding that very special circumstances justify reversing his previous refusal for the scheme.

New City of London tower 'will respond positively' to Tower of London world heritage site

New City of London tower 'will respond positively' to Tower of London world heritage site

A proposed new 305-metre City of London tower would 'respond positively, in concept, scale and mass' to the nearby Tower of London World Heritage Site, despite a recognition that the scheme would have some 'major' impacts on views from within the site, according to plans submitted for the scheme.

Lake District zip wire plans approved against recommendation for refusal

Lake District zip wire plans approved against recommendation for refusal

A controversial plan for a zip wire in the Lake District National Park has been approved by members despite officers recommending that it be refused because of its potential 'harm' to the beauty spot's 'special qualities'.

Cairngorms artificial ski slope refused against officer advice

Cairngorms artificial ski slope refused against officer advice

Plans for an artificial ski slope in Scotland's Cairngorms National Park have been refused, against a recommendation from planners who concluded that adverse visual impacts arising from the scheme could be mitigated.

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